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Bedside Reading For Thanksgiving

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Bedside Reading titles for Thanksgiving weekend.

Bedside Reading titles for Thanksgiving weekend.

authorStaff Writer on Nov 19, 2021

Bedside Reading is bringing a cornucopia of books to the Hamptons this Thanksgiving weekend, providing visitors with an abundance of reading escapes. From Thursday, November 25, to Sunday November 28, complimentary books will be available by the bedsides at several East End inns, offering guests a collection of fiction and non-fiction books.

“Thanksgiving is a time to give thanks and we are thankful to our family of partner hotels and authors and readers,” said Jane Ubell-Meyer, founder, Bedside Reading. “We are happy to continue our Bedside Reading tradition here in the Hamptons this holiday weekend.”

Books included in the Thanksgiving Weekend tote bag are: “The Last Lumenian” by S.G. Blaise (sci-fi/fantasy); “Proxy Bride” by Katy Paige (romance/holiday fiction); “Mine to Five” by Tara September (romance/holiday); “Firework Humans” by Jessica Mead (business); “The Art of Enough” by Becky Hall (self-help/motivational); “The Charisma Factor” by Leesa Rowland (self-esteem/leadership); “Impact” by Sir Ronald Cohen (business).

Books are complimentary and can be found at the following East End hotels and inns: The Baker House 1650, Mill House Inn, The Maidstone Hotel, Southampton Inn, Topping Rose House, MARRAM in Montauk and Journey East Hampton. Complimentary tote bags of books can also be found at the Lucille Khornak Gallery in Bridgehampton (lucillekhornakgallery.com).

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